Updated: Jul 30
Sometimes our own worst enemy lives between our own ears.
We just have gotten used to it and think we should accept it.
Stop B.S.ing yourself and answering these same thoughts that keep giving you the same results: Drinking when you don't want to!
Don't judge the thoughts that creep up and convince you that you're going to start on Monday, or after the Holidays. Just accept them as just thoughts that you don't want to believe anymore. Those thoughts are there to teach you a lesson.
Remember the scientific method you learned way back in school? Let's put that into play here with the habit of over drinking.
You have a hypothesis: I don't want to drink
You set up your experiment: Just say, NO (white knuckling it and resisting) I'll start Monday or after the Holidays.
Result: You give in and drink, or don't drink and feel deprived.
Hypothesis: I will thrive when I take a break (notice the difference in the language).
Experiment: I will be curious about this feeling of restlessness that I've been avoiding.
Result: You confidently and curiously skip the drink and you feel restlessness and uncomfortable and you DIDN'T DIE!
Added Bonus: You took your first step to understanding your over desire for drinking.
NOW is the best time to put this into practice. Not Monday morning or after the Holidays. That type of decision will only lead you down the same path.
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